Prayer Plant fun tips!
They like higher humidity and do best when their soil is kept moist, but not wet.
Prayer Plants do well in medium indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light.
They are often called Rattlesnake Plants due to their unique leaf patterns.
Each day and night, the prayer plant raises and lowers it leaves, like it’s praying.
Brown tips on your leaves may due to low humidity and using tap water.
You can remove old or dead leaves to keep your plant looking more healthy.
Their leaf underside is a beautiful shade of deep purple.
Learn more about Prayer Plants in my blog post.
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